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Teen donates telecommunication stations to Skyline | Information

A Tacoma space ninth-grader just lately raised sufficient cash to supply 10 telecommunication stations to rural hospitals in Washington. On Saturday, Raina Mathews dropped off two of the units at Skyline Hospital in White Salmon.

The “Digital Vigil Stations,” as Raina calls them, are iPads with Gooseneck stands, that are cellular, washable, and durable, to permit for telecommunication between sufferers and their households, suppliers and sufferers, and a wide range of different makes use of, Mathews mentioned.







Teen donates telecommunication stations to Skyline

Raina and Joshua Mathews exhibit establishing the “Digital Vigil Stations” at Skyline Hospital on Saturday.